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As AI becomes an increasingly potent tool in the developer's toolkit, it's clear that the landscape of software development is evolving at breakneck speed. The recent JetBrains Developer Survey reveals a staggering adoption of AI technologies like ChatGPT and GitHub Copilot among developers. This shift presents a unique opportunity for platforms like Daytona to redefine the development experience.

The JetBrains survey of over 26,000 developers worldwide found that 77% already use ChatGPT, while 46% leverage GitHub Copilot to augment their workflows. Additionally, 60% believe AI will radically transform the industry job market.

For Daytona and our customers, this rapid ascent of AI signifies the dawn of a new era - one where mundane tasks can be automated to allow developers to focus on innovation. By providing secure, scalable and self-managed development environment management platform, Daytona can optimize inner-loop developer productivity further.

JetBrains Developer Ecosystem Survey 2023

The survey also exposed notable trends in languages and frameworks that Daytona is ideally positioned to address. Python remains a dominant force at 47% data analysis and machine learning share. However, web development use cases are dwindling as developers migrate to more modern frameworks.

Where Python slides, Rust continues its ascent with 40% growth, per StackOverflow's survey. However, maturation brings new challenges, as newer Rust developers appear less inclined towards WebAssembly. Daytona's consistent, remote dev environments can smooth development workflows for both languages.

Focusing on Developer Well-Being

With developers spending over 50% of their time heads-down in code, it's no wonder concentration ranks high, along with self-monitoring for health and wellness. Daytona enables teams to reduce context switching and stay focused on building by minimizing the toil of spinning up environments. Our automated workflows also chip away at the accumulation of technical debt that can contribute to developer fatigue over time.

Remote Work Calls for Consistent Environments

Over 49% of developers reported editing code remotely in 2022. With distributed teams now the norm, developer experience assumes even greater significance. Daytona's environments promote harmony between remote and co-located developers by providing standardized, cloud-based workspaces that abstract away infrastructure distractions.

JetBrains Developer Ecosystem Survey 2023

Developers Open to AI Assistance

While unlikely to relinquish coding entirely to robots, developers welcome AI support for ancillary responsibilities. Over half are willing to delegate documentation and code comments. Daytona plans to meet this need through intelligent integrations that gather context and auto-generate artifacts to complement homegrown logic.

As infrastructure-as-code gains momentum across DevOps, Daytona also simplifies environment distribution and keeps configurations consistent regardless of where code eventually deploys.

By continuously aligning itself with the latest developments detailed in insightful reports like the JetBrains Developer Survey, Daytona strengthens its position as a next-generation solution for modern software teams. We invite all forward-looking IT leaders to explore our platform and see how our approach leaves no developer behind while anticipating what's ahead.